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Can I use any image in our sites?

I asked a question recently and used an image in the question. The image is from a random website. I did not explicitly give credits or references to the picture. I am not sure whether I can upload ...
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Is it okay to ask questions on architectures that lead to simple and manageably large list type answers?

Consider the questions like What are the widely used CNN architectures and the tasks they are used for? What are the widely used CNN architectures and the tasks they are used for? allows to answer ...
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Can our main site deal with etymological aspects of artificial intelligence?

In any domain of knowledge, we use many words and terms to describe the concepts, techniques, etc., related to that field. Afaik, terminology deals with words to be used in a context and their ...
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Are survey type questions related to implementation allowed?

I am aware that our main site is a science site. So, in strict sense, the type of questions I want to ask for may be off-topic. Our main site has several tags such as ...
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On the importance of descriptive and informative titles for posts

I have been editing many posts in order to correct language mistakes, clarify the post and question, and to make the titles as much descriptive of the actual problem or question as possible. In this ...
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Why aren't implementation based questions welcome on this stack?

I've seen many times questions get asked to find another stack (usually Data-Science or Cross-Validated) because they're focused on either implementation or coding specific questions which are clearly ...
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Why aren't too broad questions closed?

The following post https://ai.stackexchange.com/q/7079/2444 asks more than $6$ questions, which are quite unrelated to each other. Shouldn't this type of posts be closed as too broad? According to One ...
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Reputation should also be used to downvote

Recently, there have been several low quality questions, with respect to the topics of this website. For example https://ai.stackexchange.com/q/11951/2444 (deleted) https://ai.stackexchange.com/q/...
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It always displays "You can only post once every 40 minutes" when I ask a question

I am trying to post a question in the Ask Question form, but it always shows "You can only post once every 40 minutes" even though it's my first question. My question is What are the artificial ...
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Would asking "When could we call a system an AI" be on-topic?

I've the feeling this would be opinion based or too broad, so I come here for community review before writing a more complete question. The root of the question is where to put the limit between "...
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Can I steal a question from a closed site?

Can I ask questions that were asked on the closed site as my own? What if I give attribution?
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What about a question that can be a reference for beginners?

Mathematica has a question that is very useful for beginners: What are the most common pitfalls awaiting new users? For me as a beginner who wants to use artificial intelligence applications in ...
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Is this OK to ask questions that have been asked before on local artificial intelligence forums?

As you might know sites remain in private beta for three weeks: We've extended the private betas to last about three weeks total. Usually new communities are concerned that we didn't give them ...